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Birth

Palmer grasp reflex

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Five months

Raking (probated forearm, all fingers flexed) fingers and hand move as a unit in a raking motion

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Six months

Voluntary Palmar grasp replaces reflexive Palmer grasp

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Seven months

Radial Palmer grasp
Index and middle finger flexed with thumb pressing obj into hand

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Nine months

Radial digital grasp (thumb opposition to two fingers)

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9 to 12 months

Inferior pincer grasp (thumb adducted & opposed against first finger)

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12 months

Superior pincer grasp - tip to tip
three-jaw chuck - thumb opposition to 1st 2 fingers , wrist extended with ulnar dev

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Prehension

The act of grasping

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Reaching patterns depends on the position of the shoulder

Reaching patterns influence the ability of the hand to grasp objects

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Hand regard

The infant first recognize the hand it two months of age.
The ATNR triggered by head turning allows the arm on the face side of the infant to extend and therefore it is in perfect place to be seen

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Reflexive or Palmer grasp

The grasp happens in response to a stimulus. The reflexive grass is replaced by a voluntary Palmer grasp by the age of six months, The palm aggressive does not include the thumb

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Voluntary grasp

At 6 months the grasp changes from reflexive to voluntary

At 7 months thumb begins to adduct allowing for radial Palmer grasp

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Pincer grasp

Thumb and index finger, pad to pad contact with the object less grasp force, greater object mobile